The night was still young when 20-year-old Darlene left her friends at a local Daytona Beach bar to go get some shut-eye before work the following morning… but little did they know, as she walked out into the darkness of the night, that’d be the last time they’d ever see her. Today, detectives are still as baffled as they were back in 1983.
If you know anything about the disappearance of Darlene Webb in January of 1983, please call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 1-888-277-TIPS. Or, you can reach retired Sgt. Flynt via email at email@example.com.
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Episode Source Material
- Charley Project: Darlene Ann Webb.
- Daily Mail: Mother has left home’s porch light on for 30 years since her daughter, 20, went missing as she continues to hold out hope, by Daily Mail Reporter.
- Medium: The unsolved disappearance of Darlene Ann Webb, by Jenn Baxter.
- Morning News Journal: Woman missing.
- Murderpedia: William Richard Bradford.
- NamUs: Missing person / NamUs #MP3978.
- National Library of Medicine: Forensic DNA profiling and database, by S. Panneerchelvam and M.N. Norazmi.
- NBC News: Fatal exposure, by Keith Morrison.
- News-Journal: 30 years later, Ormond mom hasn’t given up in search for daughter, by Katie Kustura.
- Sixth District Appellate Program: History and science of forensic DNA testing, by Paul Couenhoven.
- SunSentinel: More victims out there? By Sofia Santana and William Lucey.
- TIME: A brief history of DNA testing, by Randy James.
- The Orlando Sentinel: After 23 years, mom has new hope, by Ludmilla Lelis via Newspapers.com.
- The Orlando Sentinel: Cold-case review gives mom hope after 23-year wait, by Ludmilla Lelis via Newspapers.com.
- The Orlando Sentinel: Missing woman was seen last at Daytona Beach bar via Newspapers.com.
- The Orlando Sentinel: Parents keep hope, light burning for missing daughter, by Al Truesdell via Newspapers.com.
- TheDoeNetwork: Darlene Ann Webb.